Useful exercises to avoid and manage hemorrhoids
Kegel exercises were developed in the 1940s by Dr. Arnold Kegel to strengthen the muscles located at the level of the pelvic floor, that is to say, the bladder, the intestine for men and the vagina for the women. These exercises benefit both sexes about hemorrhoids.
The Kegel exercises
- Help prevent hemorrhoids by increasing blood pressure in the anal region and thus improving blood circulation, poor circulation being one of the causes of the onset of hemorrhoids.
- Help strengthen anal muscles; Which will provide good support for internal hemorrhoids and will, therefore, prevent their magnification or the appearance of protrusions.
- Can reinforce the muscles of the pelvic floor which support the uterus and thus avoids urinary leakage.
- Can increase sexual satisfaction by increasing blood flow to the genitals.
- Help men achieve strong erections and control premature ejaculations, for women they promote the emergence of more intense orgasms.
- Used for the treatment of prostatic pains and swelling produced by prostatitis in men.
- Can be made anywhere: at work, at home, or in between!
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What muscle is a pelvic floor muscle?
The muscles you use to stop the flow when you urinate are pelvic floor muscles. If you want to feel them, try to halt the flow when you urinate. However, do not do this regularly, you might develop an infection because you do not empty your bladder entirely.
How do pelvic floor exercises improve hemorrhoids and prevent their inflammation?
Just contract your anus muscles and hold the contraction is counting up to three. Do not squeeze to the point of getting hurt, especially if you already have hemorrhoids. Then relax gently and relax. Repeat this exercise 5 times if possible. You will then have practiced a Kegel exercise. Gradually increase the number of exercises without straining your pelvic floor and anal muscles. Do not release too quickly; It involves contracting and relaxing the muscles slowly.
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Other more complex and specialized exercises for hemorrhoids
Medical specialists have developed a series of exercises for hemorrhoidal disorders that work the abdominal, buttock and anal region to optimize blood pressure in the anorectal area. Blood congestion in this field is the primary cause of inflammation of hemorrhoids. Some exercises are also based on Kegel exercises. These were particularly useful for people who have a sedentary job, for example, who sit for more than one hour in front of the computer.
In this case, it is recommended to take breaks of at least 5 minutes every hour and walk, or even better to do some exercises. Here are some exercises you can do at your job or when you are traveling. Do them twice a day for 10 to 15 minutes.
These exercises can only be performed if your hemorrhoids are not inflamed
- Contractions and relaxations of the gluteus and anal muscles while standing with the legs crossed.
- Contraction gradually for 10 seconds and then slowly release the anus and gluteus muscles while standing legs crossed to you.
- The same exercise can be performed seated.
- Sit on a chair and exhale when starting the anal muscle contraction, for 10 seconds, then release slowly for 10 seconds. Repeat the exercise 10 times.